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Montreal was kicked out of the play-off photo

Montreal was kicked out of the play-off photo

Inter Miami defeated Toronto FC 1-0 at FC Montreal in the MLS playoff photo on Tuesday in Ontario.

A red card from Kemar Lawrence in the 37th minute allowed the visitors to develop with another man for about an hour. The latter suspended striker Robbie Robinson before escaping alone in front of goalkeeper Alex Bono.

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But Miami has been slow to capitalize on it. In fact, they entered the table only in the fifth minute of added time in the second half. Christian Macon made the difference with a penalty kick at the end of the match.

Miami climbs to fifth in the Eastern Province with a good 9-9-5 record with 32 points. Montreal (8-8-7) slipped to eighth, but is only one point behind its Florida rivals. Only two points separate Miami from Atlanta (7-7-9) in 10th place.

Wilfred Nancy’s squad will try to regain their spot in the top seven on Wednesday, when they visit Orlando.

The crew escapes in victory

In Columbus, the crew scored two goals in the last 15 minutes to defeat the New York Red Bulls 2-1.

Darlington Nagby (75) and Miguel Perry (88) were the authors of his successes that allowed the Ohio club to finish a three-game winning streak. This was the crew’s second victory in their last 10 matches.

The Big Apple formation was the first to register for the brand. Striker Patrick Klimala (25) received a ball from the penalty area and shot it from the left flank. His shot left goalkeeper Eloy Room no chance.

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There is no master between NYCFC and FC Dallas

In Harrison, FC Dallas and New York City (NYCFC) tied 3 to 3.

Jader O’Brien scored in the 73rd minute to equalize the game and give Texas a point. The Colombian also moved the ropes from the first moments of the match. Another FC Dallas goal came from Jesus Ferreira.

On the New York City side, Maximiliano Morales, Jesus Medina and Thales Magno have partnered with the brand. At the end of the match, striker Thiago Andrade received a red card.